Hes been playing Dungeons & Dragons for 30 years and says the role-playing game has helped his acting skills by engaging my imagination unlike video games.
Lillard still plays regularly and is hoping to inspire a new generation of players tomorrow (Oct. 22) in Los Angeles when he participates in a Dungeon & Dragons tournament to benefit children with life-threatening illnesses.
The top six players will get to play Lillard but he predicts he will probably be beaten handily.
Meanwhile, Lillard is keeping his day job. He just finished a new movie, Dungeon Siege: In The Name Of The King, which is based on the popular video game, and, he laments, has no dragons, just the dungeon.
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